Celts jewellery satyr pendant bronze
This pendant true to Celtic tradition comes with a satyr! As well often satyrs were found in the entourage of the wine's god Dyonisos and were not that opposed to wine or sex. But originally they come from the Celtics art, because they hit the nerve of the Romans at that time! The beautifully worked and filigree pendant out of real bronze is handmade and delivered with a leather strap and pretty jewellery bag.
- size 43x26 mm
- including leather strap
- including jewellery bag out of cotton
- fabricated in the lavish process of melting wax
The Celts set trends of artsy design
That here the Etruscan motives created models, for example shows the discovery of an Etruscan pot. So it shows a satyr as part of the entourage of Dyonisos - the Celtic pot a related grotesque face with chubby cheeks and gawping eyes. Celtic design hit the nerve of that time! Motives of tendrils form the Celtic art appeared still centuries later. Even in the 7th to 9th century the still adorned Scottish boxes of wood craving with Celtic eddy motives!
Dionysos brings love of life and drives worries away
In the Greek world of gods Dionysos is a being of wine, joy, grapes, fertility and ecstasy. By the Romans and Greek he was called as well Bromois (noise), Bakchos or Bacchus because of the noise caused by his entourage. In the Roman world of gods his pendant was the god of wine Bacchus. In the literature and poetry the ancient god of love for life often is called as Lyaeus, the breaker of worries. So let this beautiful pendant drive your worries away! In the jewellery bag the pendant out of real bronze as well is perfect as gift!
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